Putting the Breaks on Low Testosterone and Fractures in Men

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Low serum estradiol found to have a causal effect on bone mineral density and fracture risk in men vs low testosterone, according to a new study.

Reference: Nethander M, Vandenput L, Eriksson AL, et al. Evidence of a causal effect of estradiol on fracture risk in men. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2018.

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